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Christo: Though he has grand ambitions as well, for now Hundley does most of his work on a much more attainable scale: whatever he can fit in the confines of his two-car garage. Most of his installations pieces and photographic setups appear and disappear amongst a pile of random materials he keeps out there, like this untitled piece made from dirty rags and dirty laundry. “Once again I was working with fabric and whatever was laying around,” he says. “My garage is right next to the laundry room, so I was basically thinking: I bet I could make a sculpture out of this!” Of course, at times the approach can have unintended consequences, he admits: “One review said, ‘William Hundley’s piece initially looked like hanging trash…’”